At the beginning of Remarks IV in this volume Heidegger quotes Gottfried WilhelmLeibniz with the sentence (GA 97, e-text page 329, printed text page 325):
"Qui me non nisi editis novit, non me novit."
"He who knows me only from my publications does not know me.”
GA 97. Anmerkungen I-V (Schwarze Hefte 1942 1948), 2015. 528 pages. [Starts on page 1 of this e-text .pdf file volume for indexing].
The e-text Ends on page 531.
Last page of this e-format text is page 531 for indexing. All of the text is included in the indexing here, this includes: title pages, text, notes, INHALT, NACHWORT DES HERAUSGEBERS, STICHWORTVERZEICHNIS, typos, etc. Again: Everything is indexed there are no-stop words and all words are included. No words have been removed! Martin Heidegger can stand on his own. Note: this is an index of GA 97; but because of copyright the actual text is not included in this monographic index volume. This is only an index to Martin Heidegger’s volume GA 97. The index is in German.
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24 January 2017
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